In addition to any scheduled activities noted here, The Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT), is able to conduct tailored workshops on request.
Writing a Teaching Philosophy workshop
When: Monday 6 June, 10.00-4.00
Where: Hobart Centen134, Launceston A023
What is a teaching philosophy? Have you ever thought about writing a teaching philosophy? This workshop will enable participants to learn the basic principles of writing a philosophy which is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs in learning and teaching. This is useful when reflecting on current learning and teaching practices and when applying for promotion, teaching awards and fellowships.
Stuart Schonell (senior teaching fellow in the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics) will be facilitating this workshop, organised by the Tasmanian branch of HERDSA and TILT. The workshop will be facilitated in both Hobart and Launceston with links to other campuses according to demand. Spaces are limited and preference will be given to current HERDSA members.
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If you and a group of colleagues would like to learn more about any aspect of Teaching and Learning at UTAS, or about Curriculum and Quality, please contact us by phone - (03) 6226 7251 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possible options.
Quality standards designed for use in post-traditional courses at the University of Tasmania. Also useful for the design of MyLO sites for award units.
To access the checklist of standards, and downloadable peer review documents, go to the checklist for quality online design.
PPLP for Grants
For more information, or to ask to be added to this MyLO site, please contact Awards.Grants@utas.edu.au.
Teaching staff are encouraged to use and develop a range of learning technologies and online resources such as Open Educational Resources, as recognised within the University's Teaching Performance Expectations.
Find out more about using and developing Open Educational Practices.
This resource is designed to help you develop a proposal for a new post-traditional course, such as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) or a professional development course, for endorsement by the Division of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students and Education).
Go to the MyLO site for Developing the Business of Learning and Teaching.
All units at the University of Tasmania are required to provide students with access to quality online resources and opportunities for quality interactions using MyLO. For technical assistance, and recommendations for good practice in using MyLO for teaching, got to the MyLO site Teaching Online in MyLO.